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However, I didn’t mention used T-shirt printing as a source for recycled fabric. Let’s face it: we live in a society where T-shirt designs/t-shirt designs are plentiful, inexpensive, and painfully disposable. They are made of cheap, stretchy fabric not ideal for sewing. The darn stuff curls up at the edges, and it’s probably got some printing on it anyway.
Still, it hurts not to recycle those Screen printings. And we continue to acquire them! They are handed out at charity events, sold at concerts, distributed as a cheap softball league uniform. They fill up drawers and get stacked on the closet shelf, stealing the room you need for nicer items of clothing.
As long as we’re vilifying T-shirt screen printings, why are they so impossible to stack neatly? Once you get past three or four in the stack, they spill all over until you might as well not bother folding them at all. Actually, I have a solution for this problem: fold the Custom t-shirtss lengthwise into thirds and then roll them up. They make gorgeous rows in a drawer, and are easily identifiable by color. (In your face, Heloise!)
No matter how you choose to store them, can we agree that we have too many T-shirt printers/t shirt printers and that it would be nice to find a way to reuse them? I put some thought into this, experimented a while, and came up with the placemats you see in the photo above. Yes, I made those, and they were easy. I will provide detailed instructions in the next article.